Dr Por Yong Ming

MBBS, FRCSEd, FRCS, MRCOphth, MMed
(3 Reviews)

Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre

38 IRRAWADDY ROAD
#09 - 26/27/28/29 Singapore 329563

Phone: 66940400
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About Dr Por Yong Ming

1. Specialty/Sub-Specialty/Area of Medicine

Ophthalmology

2. Services

  • Cataract Surgery
  • Cornea Surgery
  • Refractive Surgery 

3. Experience

Dr Por Yong Ming emphasizes on the refractive outcomes of his cataract patients so that wearing glasses after surgery would not be needed. Dr Por has previously published several papers in international journals and contributed chapters to textbooks on Ophthalmology. He was also the Chief Editor of the Ophthalmic Paramedical and Nursing Handbook, a guide used for paramedical staff.

4. Awards and Achievements

 

5. Publications

 

6. More Information

Dr Por is fluent in English, Malay Mandarin and the Chinese dialects of Hokkien and Teochew.

Education

  • MBBS
  • FRCSEd (Ophth)
  • FRCS (Glasg)
  • MRCOphth
  • MMed (Ophth)

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Cheries
28 Mar 2018 | Report
Went for a consultation with Dr Por due to dry eyes after lasik (from another clinic) and Dr Por was extremely patient and assuring. He loves to smile. Unlike other doctors, Dr Por took the time to answer your questions and was not rushed with the consultation at all. The procedure ...
Jacelyn
6 Jan 2018 | Report
My dad in law did his cataract surgery under Dr Por and for an elderly person with previous bad experience with other doctor; Dr Por came in so caring and reassuring to his question and needs put his heart at ease as he's been delaying his cataract surgery for the longest time ever....
emilywym
30 Mar 2018 | Report
I've just completed the trans-PRK Lasik procedure with Dr Por. From my initial enquiry on this DxD site, what really made a difference was how Dr Por replied to my enquiry personally and promptly answered my subsequent emails, never missing a single one. Am thankful for his patience and attention t...
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Does Blue LED Light In Facial Treatments Pose A Health Risk?
Does Blue LED Light In Facial Treatments Pose A Health Risk?

These days, you can find an assortment of facial treatments out there, many of which use various forms of technology to deal with acne, improve skin quality and manage scars according to severity.

Some may work better than others while some are considered dangerous and inauthentic options that aren't worth the risk.

Many medi-spas and salons provide blue LED lights as part of facial treatment. Many people, however, typically associate blue light from electronics like laptops or mobile phones with detriment to the skin.

So, what's the difference? Are there any harmful side effects? Dr Por Yong Ming, elaborated and here's what he said.

290 views 20 Feb 2019
Dry Eyes After LASIK: A Singapore Eye Doctor Discusses Solutions
Dry Eyes After LASIK: A Singapore Eye Doctor Discusses Solutions

Sight is a precious sense because we perceive up to 80% of all impressions by means of our sight. Unfortunately, many of us take your eyesight for granted! 83% of young Singaporean adults are myopic. This is why LASIK surgery is so popular in Singapore. 

While LASIK surgery can put an end to your short-sightedness, it also creates new problems such as dry eyes. DoctorxDentist invited Dr Por Yong Ming, an experienced eye surgeon, to share his expert opinions on dry eyes after LASIK through a DoctorxDentist Session

552 views 27 Nov 2018
Ask Dr Por Yong Ming: Dry Eyes & LASIK
Ask Dr Por Yong Ming: Dry Eyes & LASIK

Dry eyes is the most common complication after LASIK. However, did you know that LASIK itself often isn't the cause of dry eyes? Most of these patients already suffer from dry eyes even before their LASIK procedure. 

If you are considering LASIK but worried about suffering from dry eyes, join Dr Por Yong Ming as he hosts a QnA session where he answers all your questions on dry eyes and LASIK.

693 views 4 Sep 2018
7 Myopia Prevention Myths, Debunked
7 Myopia Prevention Myths, Debunked

By 2050, 5 million Singaporeans will be myopic. 15% of this group will have high myopia, which is defined as having a prescription above 500 degrees. It's associated with serious eye conditions, such as retinal detachment, cataracts and glaucoma.

Children who develop myopia by preschool or primary school are at an increased risk of high myopia in adulthood. The key to reducing high myopia is to delay early onset myopia in children.

2351 views 9 Feb 2018
An Eye Surgeon's Guide To Reducing Singapore's Shortsightedness Problem (2019)
An Eye Surgeon's Guide To Reducing Singapore's Shortsightedness Problem (2019)

Singapore has one of the world’s highest rates of myopia (or shortsightedness). We spend $311.5 million on prescription glasses each year.

More than HALF of us wear glasses by the time we are 12, compared to less than 20% for rest of the world.

Now here's the deal - the earlier in life you start becoming shortsighted, the higher your final spectacle degree tends to be. High myopia can give rise to other problems, such as an increased risk of retinal detachments, and an earlier onset of cataracts.

3300 views 31 May 2017
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Some of the biggest studies done to assess the efficacy of atropine eye drops for reducing myopia progression eg ATOM [1] , were done in children from the age of 6. As such, if we are to base our practice on published evidence, it would be common practice to begin considering trea...
21 Aug 2019
Generally speaking, the younger a person undergoes the LASIK (or other refractive surgery) procedure, the more they are going to get out of it. It is a simple time-related thing. At some point in the future (usually in the 60s and 70s), a person will get cataract and undergo catarac...
21 Aug 2019
Unfortunately it is very difficult to answer patient-specific questions like this over the internet. Among the many different issues, it is impossible for you to convey the necessary information for a doctor to make a reasonable response. For example, what kind of irregularity is it? How severe is...
14 Aug 2019
There may be some variations in practice or advice, but in general, it would be good to wait until (at least) one month after ICL surgery before considering double eyelid surgery.
14 Aug 2019
Contact sports such as boxing and wrestling can potentially cause serious eye injury, with or without prior eye surgery such as ICL surgery. In one study (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3627707), at least one eye injury was found in 66% of a group of boxers applying for a new or renewal lice...
14 Aug 2019
Questions like this are best answered by your own doctor, because there is no single fixed answer. But if I were you, I would take this opportunity to quit smoking. Having gone through the trouble and expense of surgery, I would try to make my clear vision last as long as possible. This is taking ...
24 Jul 2019
Patients usually recover quite quickly after Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) surgery. From the vision point of view, vision is usually clear enough on the day following surgery to do most activities of daily living . This includes driving, reading, looking at computer screens et...
6 Aug 2019
Any laser procedure which corrects myopia or hyperopia, can also usually correct astigmatism. This includes LASIK, PRK/epiLASIK and SMILE. In general, I think LASIK or PRK/epiLASIK gives better results because of the availability of automatic cyclotorsion control, and also the ability to use sophis...
19 Jul 2019
When the eyes have fully recovered from LASIK, post LASIK patients might still consider wearing eye protection like eyeshades. Indeed, this will secure the eyes especially if engaging in activities where there is a high chance of the eyes getting poked. Having said that, that's p...
6 Aug 2019
Pregnancy is a time of significant hormonal changes in the body, as the mother accommodates and nourishes a growing baby within her own body. These hormonal changes can lead to fluctuations in spectacle power. If this happens, it is often in the form of a myopic shift-ie short-si...
15 Jul 2019
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The brown spot is most likely a nevus (mole), and as far as I know there is no non-surgical method to remove such a nevus on the conjunctiva of the eye. For your information, the surgery is relatively minor anyway, and is conducted as day surgery under local anaesthesia. It involves removing the sp...
6 May 2019
Disclaimer: This answer is not a substitute for a consultation and examination. It refers to a diagnosis called 'subconjunctival haemorrhage', which may or may not apply in your case. A 'subconjunctival haemorrhage' occurs when there is bleeding under the thin outer layer (conjunctiva) of the eye. ...
4 Mar 2019
Eyelashes that grow inwards rather than outwards can indeed irritate the eye by rubbing it whenever the eyelid blinks or the eye moves. If that is the case, the offending eyelash can often be seen if you look closely at the mirror. Of course, that may not be easy if you are presbyopic/have Lao Hua....
4 Jan 2019
Hi, although you've sent a pretty good picture, it's a bit difficult to say for sure what it is based on the picture alone. One possibility, especially if it has been there for years with no change, is of a 'mole' or naevus. Assuming that it is a naevus, such lesions are harmless and represent onl...
9 Jul 2018
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